Some higher elevation parts of the Cameron Peak Fire saw about an inch of snow fall. Other areas got rainfall.

The much-needed precipitation helped keep the fire at 134,559 acres, according to an official report on Sunday night (Oct. 11). The fire had grown significantly in the days leading up to the snow and rain.

Despite some high Sunday winds, containment remained at 47%.

Here's some Sunday video from around the fire by Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith:

920 firefighters are currently sacrificing their lives and working to contain this thing the best they can and we are so thankful for them.

While we have some good news, we're certainly not out of the woods yet as the fire crews are expecting more dry, windy conditions on Monday that could wreak more havoc.


  1. 2020 Pine Gulch Fire 139,007 acres
  2. 2002 Hayman Fire 137,760 acres
  3. 2020 Cameron Peak Fire 134,559 acres
  4. 2013 West Fork Complex Fire 108,045 acres
  5. 2012 High Park Fire 87,250 acres
94.3 The X logo
Enter your number to get our free mobile app

How The 2020 Cameron Peak Fire Has Grown


More From 94.3 The X